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Matrimonial regime

Matrimonial regimes are the property ownership regimes that are set forth in the law to which couples may precribe under civil law marriage law. See for example the Civil Code of Quebec arts. 431 to 492 and compare with the Civil Code of France. Add more here about the various regimes, i.e. partnership of acquests and community property regimes.

Book Two: The Family The Civil Code of Quebec (scroll down for arts. 431-92) (http://www.canlii.org/qc/sta/csqc/20030131/s.q.1991c.64.ii/whole)

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